Your Love Brought Me Home
Author: Marion Carroll
Your voice is breathless in my head and I am taken under.
I'm a woman drowning in the wake of love.
Don't save me from the death of what I've known of life till you.
Just bury me at sea.
I'll be reborn.
Your sweetness brings me to a life I never knew existed.
Your kiss, the only words upon my mouth.
With each carress we share, you imprint your mark upon me.
I'll never be the same.
I'm ever yours.
How does a whisper feel when it speaks right to your heart?
How can a smile change all you've ever known?
How can two arms surround you, and make you feel complete?
I'll never doubt your love.
It brought me home.
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